- Manufacturer Federal
- Condition New
- Weight 1 ounce
- Projectile Type #7 Shot
- Ammo Use Type Pheasant, Sporting Clays, Target Loads, Upland Game
- Quantity 250
- Caliber 12ga
- Manufacturer SKU FRS12 7
- Shot Material Steel
- Shell Length 2-3/4"
- Muzzle Velocity (ft. per sec) 1375
- UPC Barcode 50029465027143
- Cost Per Round 33.8¢ per round
- Q & A
If you enjoy shooting clays but you’re having some trouble with speed and accuracy on the course, try going back to the basics. Many experienced shotgunners spend time on a daily basis practicing mounting their shotgun to their shoulder in front of a mirror, using an unloaded shotgun. Professionals suggest practicing this way ten times a day, paying attention to form over speed. Remember to mount your shotgun first to your cheek and then down to your shoulder, not the other way around. Keep your shotgun glued to the stock and look down the barrel, pointing naturally. If you reach a point where you’re no longer improving by practicing alone, consider a lesson with a pro. There’s always more to learn.
These rounds are made by Federal for your 12-gauge shotgun. Each shotshell measures 2 ¾” in length and is filled with #7 buckshot. These rounds contain 1 ounce loads which provide more than enough power to propel the pellets within towards targets with destructive force. 1 ounce loads produce less felt recoil than larger loads such as 1 1/8 or 1 ¼ and are often used for training purposes, but they’re great for shooting clays for a score as well. These rounds leave the barrel of your shotgun with a muzzle velocity of 1145 feet per second. This ammunition is meant for shooting clays and target practice.
There are 250 rounds in this single box of ammunition. That’s enough for you to spend serious time with your favorite shotgun shattering clays or ventilating stationary targets. Remember, every time you slap the trigger you’re affecting your marksmanship for better or for worse, so try to make each and every shot fired count. Federal was founded in 1922 by Charles Horn and is a respected, established presence in the industry. Manufacturing takes place at their factory in Anoka, Minnesota, according to high standards. Order now, and feed your shotgun.
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